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Introduction; Rules For Safe Operation - Craftsman 315.11650 Owner's Manual

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CRAFTSMAN SANDER
lf
this
Craftsman
Sqr^de1
fails to give
complete
chase,
RETURN
IT
To
THE
NEANEST
SEARS
Sears
will
replace it, free
of
charge.
lalisfaction
within.g.LeJgqr
teq ti=
date
of
pur.
sroRE
THROUGHOUT
THE
Utrife-o-srAie-s ino
lf this sander is used for commercial or
lental purposes this warranty applies for onty
90
days from
the date of
purchase.
,
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This warranty gives you specific legal right's, and you may also
have
other rights which vary
from
state
to
state.
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INTRODUCTION
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Your sander is suitable for coarse, medium and
f
ine
The dual motion feature
with which
your sander
is
sanding of wood, plasters, metats and ptastics.
tt
is
equipped islJeal
i;;;;y
sanding operation
where
a
ideal when used
for
teveling wailboaid,
finishing
plO
ii"Oei
iJieq'r'ir&.
Orbitat motion
is
ideat for
cabinets
and many
other -general sanding
ap:
iast
cutting
-u.ii;;
n
n"n
removing
otd
finishes,
plicAtions-.
lt
may
also
be
.us*
qs a
potisher"wndn
sfioothing. rough wood.
cutting stock down
to
using
a
polishing pad instead
of
sandpaper.
your
iequireO O'imeni"ions
-oi
fo;,
finishing surface
to
be
sander
will
produce a
f
ine scratch
f
ree
iinish
when
p"-int"O Striighi
ti;le
ii
U"rt
for find
f
inii[
sanding
used.with.
or.against the grain and is designed
for
5n worX to
Oeitiinei
or varntsfied or
for
use
with
a
sanding
f
lush
to
corners.
ootisirtnrg-pl;.
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-
The built-in dust
co.i.lection
system
will
remove rnost
of
the
sanding
dust frorn the
uorl
and
eliminate the dust in the air
-
tisually associatec with power
sanoing.
e
-
RULES
FOR.
SAFE OPET.ATION
1
'
KNow YouR
PowER
TooL
-
Read'owner's
manual
carefully.
Learn'its.applications
and
limitations
as
well
as
the specif
ic potential
hazards
peculiar to
this tool.
2'
GRoUND
ALL
TooLS
-
UNLESS
DoUBLE'INSULATED. lf
toot
is
eguipped*ith
three-prong
ptug, it
shoutd
be
plugged
into
a
three-hole
electrical
rec-eptacle.
lf
adapter
is
used
io'JctommooaiL
two-prong
receptacle,
theadapter wire must
be
attached
to
a known
ground.
(usuattilne;;rew;;r;ffi'recepiacte-coreiilli"j.
Never remove
third
prong.
3.
KEEP GUARDS
lN
PLACE
and in working
order.
4.
KEEP
woRK
AREA
CLEAN.
ctuttered
area5and
benches
invite accidents.
5.
AVOID DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENT. Don't
use power
tool
in damp or
wet locatrcns
or expose
to
rain.
Keep
work
area
well
lit.
6.
KEEP CHILDREN
AWAY.
All visitors
should
be
kept
safe
distance
f
rom
work
area.
7.
STORE IDLE TOOLS.
When
not in
use,
tools should
be
stored in
dry,
high or tocfeO-up
plae-out
of
reach
of
children.
8.
DON'T FORCE
TOO^L.
lt
will
do the
job
better and safer at the rate
for which it
was
designed.
9.
USE
RIGHT
TOOL. Don't force smail
tool
or
attachment
to do the
job
of
a heavy
OutV
toof
.
10-
IYEAR
PROPER
APPAREL. No loose
ciothing or
jewelry
to
get 6aught
in
m<iving'parts.
Rubber
gtoves
and
footwear are
recommended
when working
outOoors.
11
.
USE
SAFETY GLASSES
with
most
tools.
Also
face or
dust
mask if
cutting
operalion
is
dusty.
12.
DON'T ABUSE CORD.
Never
carry
tool
by
cord
or yank
it
to
disconnect trdm'recepiacle.
Kejp
cord
lrom
lrst.
oil
and sharp
edges.
13.
SECURE
WORK.
Use
clamps
or
a
vise
to hold work.
ll's
safer
than using your
hand
and
it
f
rees
both
hands
to
operate
tool.
DON'T OVERREACH. Keep proper
footing
and balance at
all times.
MAINTAIN
TOOLS
wlTH
CARE.
Keep tob.ls
sharp
at all times,
and clean
for
best and safest
performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories.
16.
DISCONNECT TOOLS
when not-in use,
bef-ore
servicing;
when changing attachments, btades, bits,
cutters,
etc.
17.
REMOVE
AtJUSTING
KEYS
AND
WRENCHES.
Form habit
of
checking
to
see that
keys
and
adjusting v
wrenghes are removed
from
tool
before
turning
it
on.
18. AVoID
ACCIDENTAL STARTING.
Don',t
carry-plugged-in
tools with fingeron switch.
Be
sureswitch is off
when plugging
in.
19.
OUTDOOR
USE
EXTENSION CORDS. When
tool
is
used
outdoors,
use
only extension cords suitable
for
use
outdoors and so
marked.
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't4.
15.
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